In this Short Clip, I’ll show you how to transform a photo into a power black and white photo using ON1 Photo RAW. I’ll also explain the key differences between the Black & White adjustment panel in Develop vs. the Black & White filter in Effects.
We’ve reached part 7 where we work with portrait photos that include multiple faces which require different skin retouching settings.
In part 5 of this series I will show how you can retouch just the eyes and mouth in your portrait photos. Whiten, brighten, sharpen, and make the eyes and teeth look amazing.
Check out this compilation of 10 Must-see Videos for ON1 Effects 10.5 Get the fundamentals, see how to create popular looks and discover hidden secrets. Find all the tips you need for photo editing with this incredible playlist. Leave confident you can take your photos to the next level with ON1 Effects 10.5.
Of all the ways you can edit your photos, one of the most powerful and creative has to be blend modes. In fact, blend modes are some of the oldest tools that you would find even in Adobe Photoshop, predating actual layers!
When using ON1 Photo 10, you may have seen the word “smart layer” pop up from time-to-time. Maybe this is in a window that pops up, asking you to choose settings, or possibly when trying to use a tool that is grayed out. I’m here to help you demystify what smart layers are, how to use them, as well as why you may want to start working with them in your post-processing.
Tim VanBergen is a local photographer that specializes in model portfolio development. He was kind enough to let us share with you his approach to post processing, editing, and photos from a recent shoot.
The Photo Filter in Effects is often overlooked. It’s not as flashy as some of its brethren filters. The likes of Dynamic Contrast, Vintage and Sunshine effects continually grab our attention. However, the Photo Filter is a very powerful filter and should be part of your stylization toolbox.